ISBN 9780070680203,Finance Sense: Finance For Non-Finance Executives

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ISBN 9780070680203
Publisher

Tata McGraw - Hill Education

Publication Year 2010
ISBN-13

ISBN 9780070680203

ISBN-10 0070680205
Binding

Paperback

Edition 4th
Number of Pages 516 Pages
Language (English)
Subject

Business

"Almost everything in business eventually boils down to the rupee sign". Sound finance sense is the key to professional or business success. Hence, aimed at honing this sense, the book helps you to: Understand the financial and accounting reports used in the business; Appreciate the financial implications of you decisions, and Communicate meaningfully with your colleagues in the language of accounting and finance. The book provides a basic and nuanced understanding of finance and accounting to non-finance professionals. About The Author Dr Prasanna Chandra, Director of Centre for Financial Management, is an MBA and PhD (Finance). He has about four decades of teaching experience in postgraduate and executive education programmes. He was a Professor of Finance at Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore for nearly two decades, and Visiting Professor of Finance at Southern Illinois University, USA, for two years. He was appointed as a member of several committees including the Capital Issues Advisory Committee, the High Powered Committee on Insurance Sector Reforms, and the SEBI Committee on Derivatives. He has served or is serving on the boards of a number of organizations including Power Finance Corporation, Torrent Pharmaceuticals Limited, Unit Trust of India, Investment Advisory Services Limited, Inter-Connected Stock Exchange of India, IFCI, IIM (B) , ICFAI, Templeton Mutual Fund, Bangalore Stock Exchange Limited, and Karnataka Soaps and Detergents Limited. He has been a consultant to many organizations. Dr Chandra has conducted executive seminars for a number of organizations like INDAL, Infosys, Tata Motors, ITC, NIIT, Tata Steel, Sasken Communications, TATA-IBM, Tata Power, BHEL, Bharat Shell, ANZ Grindlays, HMT, Canara Bank, Vysya Bank, ONGC, Wipro, GAIL, Microsoft, Motorola, and Hindustan Unilever. His other books include Financial Management: Theory and Practice, Investment, Analysis and Portfolio Management, Managing Investments, Finance Sense, Fundamentals of Financial Management, and Valuation of Equity Shares. He has authored over 70 articles in professional journals and business periodicals. Dr Chandra has been a Fulbright Scholar and a UNDP Fellow. He has received several honours including the Best Teacher Award from the Association of Indian Management Schools. Table Of Contents Part I: Financial Statements and Financial Accounting 1. Financial Statements 2. Financial Statement Analysis 3. Accounting Mechanics 4. Financial Forecasting Part II: Cost and Management Accounting 5. Cost Systems and Methods 6. Managerial Decision Making 7. Budgeting 8. Cost Management Part III: Financial System and Valuation Concepts 9. The Financial System 10. The Time Value of Money 11. Risk and Return Part IV: Financial Management 12. Financial Management: An Overview 13. Capital Budgeting 14. Financial Strategy 15. Sources of Finance 16. Working Capital Management Part V: Special Topics 17. Mergers, Acquisitions, and Restructuring 18. International Finance 19. Value-based Management 20. Business Performance Measurement 21. Macroeconomics: A Primer TABLE OF CONTENTS Part I: Financial Statements and Financial Accounting 1. Financial Statements 2. Financial Statement Analysis 3. Accounting Mechanics 4. Financial Forecasting Part II: Cost and Management Accounting 5. Cost Systems and Methods 6. Managerial Decision Making 7. Budgeting 8. Cost Management Part III: Financial System and Valuation Concepts 9. The Financial System 10. The Time Value of Money 11. Risk and Return Part IV: Financial Management 12. Financial Management: An Overview 13. Capital Budgeting 14. Financial Strategy 15. Sources of Finance 16. Working Capital Management Part V: Special Topics 17. Mergers, Acquisitions, and Restructuring 18. International Finance 19. Value-based Management 20. Business Performance Measurement 21. Macroeconomics: A Primer
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